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June 2017 - The 7th Annual Jean Pierre Gaboury Symposium

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The Institute on Governance is proud to be able to host the 7th Annual Jean Pierre Gaboury Symposium recognizing the participants of the Parliamentary Internship Programme (PIP). The Parliamentary Internship Programme has advanced the education of young Canadians and the development of Canadian democracy by providing ten university graduates each year with the opportunity to work and study on Parliament Hill. The Symposium will take place on Wednesday, June 19, 2017. View More>>

June 2017 - Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship: Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships

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“Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship,” is a five-part dialogue series to be held across Canada seeking to bring together experts to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, focusing on four themes central to the relationship: Nation Building and Nation Re-Building; Jurisdiction; New Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships; and Wealth Creation. The series will culminate in a national event that will aim to address the outcomes of the discussions that emerged, including identified themes linkages, challenges, potential results, and timelines. The dialogues and event feature invited speakers with vested interests in Nation-to-Nation relationships. The purpose of these sessions is to stimulate the discussion through providing a neutral environment where stakeholders can openly communicate the precursors for change. View More>>

May 2017 - Digital Governance Forum
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The third annual Digital Governance Forum focused on “Framing Innovation: Westminster 2.0 in the Digital Age” exploring how public institutions can evolve the Westminster system, both its political and administrative institutions, in a context of increased public expectations for speed, responsiveness and representativeness, a renewed demand for improved outcomes that preserve and advance the public good, and a recognized need to support innovation in our public institutions and beyond. View More>>

April 2017 - Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship: Jurisdiction

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“Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship,” is a five-part dialogue series to be held across Canada seeking to bring together experts to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, focusing on four themes central to the relationship: Nation Building and Nation Re-Building; Jurisdiction; New Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships; and Wealth Creation. The series will culminate in a national event that will aim to address the outcomes of the discussions that emerged, including identified themes linkages, challenges, potential results, and timelines. The dialogues and event feature invited speakers with vested interests in Nation-to-Nation relationships. The purpose of these sessions is to stimulate the discussion through providing a neutral environment where stakeholders can openly communicate the precursors for change. View More>>

March 2017 - Dialogue Series: Democracy, Accountability & Citizenship in the Digital Age
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The Institute on Governance brought together innovators, trailblazers, public policy creators, implementers and key influencers to look at the impact of digital culture and technologies on public institutions in a series of three dialogue sessions. The dialogue sessions are a complement to the annual Digital Governance Forum. View More>>

February 2017 - Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship: Nation Building and Nation Re-Building

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“Characteristics of a Nation-to-Nation Relationship,” is a five-part dialogue series to be held across Canada seeking to bring together experts to facilitate the exchange of knowledge, focusing on four themes central to the relationship: Nation Building and Nation Re-Building; Jurisdiction; New Intergovernmental Fiscal Relationships; and Wealth Creation. The series will culminate in a national event that will aim to address the outcomes of the discussions that emerged, including identified themes linkages, challenges, potential results, and timelines. The dialogues and event feature invited speakers with vested interests in Nation-to-Nation relationships. The purpose of these sessions is to stimulate the discussion through providing a neutral environment where stakeholders can openly communicate the precursors for change. View More>>

January 2017 - Dialogue Series: Transforming Service and Regulation in the Digital Age: Impact & Outcomes

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The Institute on Governance brought together innovators, trailblazers, public policy creators, implementers and key influencers to look at the impact of digital culture and technologies on public institutions in a series of three dialogue sessions. The dialogue sessions are a complement to the annual Digital Governance Forum. View More>>

November 2016 - Dialogue Series: Mobilizing Capacity in the Digital Age: Tapping Expertise Within, Across, and Outside Government

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The Institute on Governance brought together innovators, trailblazers, public policy creators, implementers and key influencers to look at the impact of digital culture and technologies on public institutions in a series of three dialogue sessions. The dialogue sessions are a complement to the annual Digital Governance Forum. View More>>

May 2016 - Digital Governance Forum

The Second Annual Digital Governance Forum explored how digital culture provides new governance opportunities for Westminster democracies like Canada’s, enabling the development of public institutions that are more open, collaborative, responsive and inclusive. The forum’s panels generated follow-on questions and observations on the state of practice and future directions, as well as concrete, practical recommendations aimed at ensuring that our governing institutions have the competencies and expertise they need to meet changing citizen expectations and to deliver results quickly and effectively. View More>>

March 2016 - Modern Makers of Canada Award

The innovation of Canadian municipal leaders was recognized by the Institute on Governance on March 7, 2016 with the presentation of the Modern Makers of Canada Awards to ten outstanding Mayors.View More>>

January 2015 - Digital Governance Forum

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Participants of the Digital Governance Forum explored issues of information superabundance, personal data collection, hyper-accountability, the disintermediation of governing institutions, the appearance of new governance actors, the challenges of multi-level governance, and the proliferation of multi-sector delivery models. Its panels generated important follow-on questions, observations on the state of practice and future directions.  View More>>

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